Articles by Zack Mauldin
What began as a rallying cry to reopen the Walhalla City Pool has grown into an opportunity for Oconee County to help its state inmates in transition from incarceration to daily life on the outside.
Members of the Clemson Economic Development Advisory Committee got a firsthand look this week at the Pickens County Career and Technology Center, where students throughout the county learn a variety of skills.
Walhalla officials are taking requests for proposals over the next month for those interested in buying the city-owned building on East Main Street that currently houses public restrooms.
A 47-year-old Seneca woman died in a head-on collision Wednesday afternoon in Anderson County.
The first official day of autumn is inching closer, bringing thoughts of bonfires and chilly days wrapped up in a cozy blanket.
The Westminster Police Department arrested three people on drug charges after a traffic stop early Wednesday morning.
Walhalla City Council took a step this week to try to recoup about $40,000 in mostly unpaid water bills owed to the city dating to as far back as January 2016.
Last week, Jared Ketterman, CEO of JKAT LLC, announced the company was releasing its purchase agreement to buy a 4,200-square-foot city-owned building that had once been the Walhalla Fire Station headquarters and currently houses public restrooms in downtown Walhalla.
Oconee County Council approved a total of $30,000 in local accommodations tax grant recommendations for eight organizations in the fall cycle on Tuesday.
Jody Gaulin says South Carolina’s public schools are underfunded.
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Since the early days of Tamassee DAR School’s history, there are recorded memories from the much-loved administrator from 1926-1962, Dr. Ralph Cain.
Eight organizations will receive a total of $165,750 in tourism-related grants as the result of recommendations made by the Clemson Accommodations Tax Committee and approved earlier this week by Clemson City Council.
I don’t know if y’all pay attention to bylines much in this newspaper, but you may have noticed my name appears on top of the stories about sheriff’s office drug busts.